AKS: Enabling and using preview features such as nodepools using CLI

Most of the time we use the familiar Azure portal to consume Azure Resources. That is all well and good. However sometimes we find that having the Azure CLI to do this is more easier, as once we perfect the script we can just run it, instead of having to use the Portal. In this … Continue reading AKS: Enabling and using preview features such as nodepools using CLI

Deploy Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) to a preexisting VNET

I recently ran into an issue where I needed to deploy AKS in an environment with a limited number of available IP addresses. If you've ever deployed AKS before, you might have noticed that using the default settings creates a new VNET with a /8 CIDR range (16,777,214 hosts), which was way too large for … Continue reading Deploy Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) to a preexisting VNET